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Studies on the effects of soil moisture upon the growth and the oil content of lemon grass.



Studies on the effects of soil moisture upon the growth and the oil content of lemon grass.



Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. 23: 206



Optimum growth occurred at 80% of water capacity. Excess moisture depressed growth, but tended to increase the oil content of fresh leaves. Drought conditions greatly decreased both yields and oil contents.

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